Both in the past and today, the Turkish nationalism to a certain extent denies the existence of other ethnic groups in Turkey. The constitution of Turkey provides more importance on Turkishness and ignores other ethnic groups in the country. The children in the early ages learn to be proud of their Turkishness through inner family relations and educational institutions. On the other hand, Kurdish people are the biggest minority group in the country without their own homeland. The main focus of the proposal is that the Kurdish people should be provided with equal rights in Turkey. The history shows that Kurdistan was the region in the maps of Ottoman Empire. The failure of the empire and invasion of Turkey became to be a great influence for the rest of the population after World War I to fight against outside state and powers. The Kurdish language was banned after the incorporation of the Kurdish people into Turkishness. However, there are still people in Turkey who speak Kurdish, and they should be provided with equal rights. The Kurdish women have played a significant role in relations to the nationalism. They have joined Kurdish Workers’ Party (PKK) to fight oppression and place ethnicity first and gender second. The contribution of Kurdish women to nationalism in the private domestic area has been ignored. The reason behind women having less knowledge of Turkish language is due to their education status, not working for pay, transmission of Kurdish language, identity and culture especially in the private sphere. The government should implement rules and regulations to provide equal status and opportunity for Kurdish people in the country.